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A family for the present

Sierra McKettrick feels like a fraud. She might be moving to her family's ancestral ranch with her son, but being a McKettrick by blood isn't enough to make her fit in. To make matters worse, from the moment she met the Triple M's ranch hand, he'd gotten under Sierra's skin. With his rugged body and tender compassion, Travis Reid was a temptation she didn't need or want.

But as Sierra begins to form a connection to one of her ancestors, Hannah McKettrick—also a woman with a young son and an inconvenient attraction to the wrong man—she starts to realize there are some bonds that even time can't break. And there are some charmed places where even the loneliest of people can find home…and love.

©2006 Linda Lael Miller (P)2021 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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Good Story. Much Better Narrator. Little Rushed

Narrator was so much better! If you can muddle through the 4 book #5 book got better. There is an interesting twist which was kinda of a cool premise however it was a bit confusing with the constant jumps from present to past and vis-à-vis-a. I found it rushed and it truly didn’t have to be. I’m on McKettrick Luck hoping this is better. Good listen though. Oh and one steamy part. Not for kids.